IHRDC Increases Asia Pacific Presence with Expanded Kuala Lumpur Office

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Increased presence in region will benefit clients.

International Human Resources Development Corporation (IHRDC) announced today that it has increased its presence in Asia by expanding its current office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Lead by Jared Kapela, director of business development for Asia Pacific, the expansion will allow IHRDC to provide more support to its clients in the region, including expanded technical support for CMS Online and e-Learning users.

IHRDC’s new office will accommodate the additional staff, which also includes Beike van den Broek, the new regional manager for Asia. With the addition of Ms. van den Broek, the Kuala Lumpur office can focus more extensively on this growing region. The office is located on Level of 26 of Menara Maxis in KLCC near the PETRONAS Twin Towers.

“Because our customer base in the Asia Pacific region is increasing, we realized the best way to provide support and other services was to locate more staff in the region, in addition to our Boston headquarters,” said Jared Kapela. “We are very excited about this expansion, and look forward to providing our clients an increased level of support as we grow.”

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About IHRDC:

International Human Resources Development Corporation (http://www.ihrdc.com) has been a global leader in training and competency management for the oil and gas industry for more than 40 years, offering the best Instructional Programs, e- Learning resources, and Competency Management services available to the industry today. The company is headquartered in Boston, USA with offices in Houston, Amsterdam, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, and Lagos.

IHRDC is the proud recipient of 18 Telly Awards, the 2003 Corporate Award for Excellence in Distance Learning Programming, and received the "Petroleum Industry Training Provider of the Year Award" from the GetEnergy organization for 2010, 2011, and 2012.

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